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Your Candy Bar Has a Great Cause This Summer

CRUNCH, Butterfinger and Baby Ruth have new artwork that supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

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These States Are the Best (And Worst) For Working Moms

A new study from WalletHub compared state dynamics across 17 key metrics to aid women in the workforce

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Nordstrom Celebrates 10 Years of Giving New Shoes to Kids in Need

Customers can purchase $10 giving cards in all Nordstrom stores or donate online.

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Reelgood Finds Which Movie & TV Genres Streamers Are Investing In

They compared data between Sept 2019 and Jul. 2020.

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This New Picture Book Shares Greta Thunberg’s Important Message About Protecting the Planet

Greta’s important message is illustrated simply in this beautiful book.

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The BusyKid App Helps Your Child Save Money By Doing Chores

Now your kiddo can earn, save or invest their money!

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SAT Will Now Give Students “Adversity Scores” Based on Social & Economic Background

New scoring considers outside factors that could impact a student’s academic achievement.

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Celebrate DNA Day with a Deal on Ancestry DNA Kits

Discover your family history without breaking the bank.

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Marshalls Is FINALLY Launching a Website—Here’s When You Can Shop Your Heart Out

Snagging those sweet Marshalls finds is about to get easier.

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New Study Finds Teens Worry about This the Most. Here’s What Parents Can Do

Here’s stressing out your teen—and how you can help.

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People Who Work in These Industries Are More Likely to Have an Affair

The data shows that 13 fields have a higher percentage of self-confessed adulterers in their numbers than others. 

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New CDC Reports Reveal the Number of Unvaccinated Kids Has Risen Substantially

More kids have entered kindergarten without full immunizations—for a third year in a row.

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How Many Parents Stay at Home with Their Kids? You Might Be Surprised

There’s been an interesting shift in who chooses to stay home with the kids.

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More Than Half of Americans Think Parents Should Vacation Without Kids—Do You?

When it comes to vacations, many Americans think it’s okay that parents leave the kids at home.

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Why Don’t Dads Get as Much for Father’s Day as Moms Do for Mother’s Day?

Have you ever wondered if dads get less loot for Father’s Day? Well, the answer might not surprise you.

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The Most & Least Expensive States for Childcare in America

How much of your paycheck is daycare eating away?

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These 10 Cities Have the Best Public Parks in America, According to New Ranking

When you have kids, having a safe, quality public park close to home is a must.

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This Sly Walmart Hack Could Save You a Bunch Next Time You Shop

This Walmart hack to save more has been hiding in plain site all along.

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New Research Reveals Surprising Findings About How Early Kids Eat

Recent research found that more infants than you might think are given solids prior to four months of age.

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Women Are Having Kids Later—But Family Size Is on the Rise, Study Finds

If you waited to have your kids later in life, it looks like you’re in good company.

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How Eating at Your Family’s Favorite Restaurants Can Help Puerto Rico

You can help the victims of Hurricane Maria by dining out on October 13.

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Sharing Is Caring: Research Shows Splitting Parental Duties Is Key to a Happy Marriage

According to this latest study, couples who share the housework and parenting duties tend to be happier.

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Sweet! Next-Level Chocolate Making at Dandelion

If your kiddos are ready for some serious chocolate business, enroll them in Chocolate 201, a new class at our favorite local chocolatier.

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Study Shows Dads in the US Are Getting Older

This latest research shows that paternal age has definitely changed over the past four decades.

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Why I’m Saying Yes To Sleepovers This Summer!

Photo: Bruce Szalwinski
Sleepovers, one word that elicits that look from moms of all walks of life. That look of dread, that look of defeat, that look of annoyance, that look of horror. One word that makes Moms from all…

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The Best Cities in America for a Day at the Park

These are the best cities to live in if you love going to the park.

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Study Shows Antidepressant Use in Early Pregnancy Does Not Lead To Autism and ADHD

Despite previous scientific belief that using antidepressants during early pregnancy could increase the risk of babies developing autism or ADHD, a new study has found clear evidence to the contrary. These new findings could mean significant changes for women struggling…

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Here’s Why You’re Most Likely Having a Boy (According to Science)

Whether you’ve chosen to leave your baby’s sex a mystery or you’ve already decked out the nursery in matching colors, a new study says the answer to the big question is probably: a boy.

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Why You’re Probably Setting the Bar Too High for Your Toddler

photo: Children’s Museum
The first time you witness your toddler yank a toy away from another child and yell, “mine!” you know the parenting tides have turned. It’s time to lay down the law and set some boundaries — but…

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Study: 80% of Kids & Educators Believe Parents Care More About Their Success Than Their Morals

Photo: Saint Francis Academy via Flickr Creative Commons
According to a shocking Harvard University survey of school-aged kids, 80 percent of children believe that their parents care more about their academic and athletic achievements more than moral attributes like kindness.…

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New Study Ranks States for Best & Worst Bullying Behavior

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Just in time for the first day of school, from WalletHub 2016 States with the Biggest Bullying Problems identifies the states where bullying is most pervasive. WalletHub’s analysts compared 45 states and the District of Columbia across 17…

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